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79% would recommend it to a friend
Brilliant value for money.
Couldn't hear any traffic during the night and got a fantastic sleep. The staff were all very happy, friendly and helpful. Would absolutely recommend to anyone!
Pride of Lincoln
Accommodation was a little tired in appearance.
Could do with an update. Carpet stained. Duvet covers torn. Walls in need of a clean. My daughter didn't want to stay. Staff friendly.
Great room and service, shame about the food
This was the second time I have stayed at the Pride of Lincoln, and would return.
Both stays were business trips and the first time. I was on my own. This time my husband was with me. Both times the service at reception was excellent. The quality and cleanliness of the room and standard of the room was also excellent. However, this time we ate out. This is because the first time I stayed I ate at the hotel. The prawn cocktail was tasteless, no fishy flavour at all. If it hadn't had the marie rose sauce I wouldn't have known it was a prawn cocktail, the bread served with it was dry. The main course , a vegetarian chilli parcel with rice was awful. The parcel filling was mainly a slimy chilli sauce and I counted just six red kidney beans in the whole parcel. The rice had an odd flavour and the salad garnish was sad to say the least. This was a great shame as I had had a very long tiring day and was both very hungry and very tired. The service although pleasant was overly friendly to make up for the very long wait I had to order my meal and for it to arrive. Even though I had booked a table on arrival. This time I decided to eat out incase the quality of our food choices this visit were as disapointing as the first.
Every thing that you need
The staff at this hotel obviously enjoy their jobs and it comes across from the time we arrived until we left.
All staff from reception, bar, waitresses and cleaning were so cheerful and friendly. Although the hotel is near a busy road the rooms were very well glazed and traffic noise was not a problem.
Visiting an Old Friend in Nearby Village of Nettleham.
This Hotel was Close & Well priced for an Overnight Before Travelling Back Home. Room extremely Roomy. Only Issues were: The Central heating Was on All Night, I like to sleep in a Cool Room. Even altering the Radiator Did not Turn it Off.
A Modern Pub Experience
The Pride of Lincoln is a modern pub with good quality accommodation.
The room was clean the bed comfortable and the facilities were very good. TV and coffee / tea facilities in the room. Only problem encountered was the inability to turn the central heating radiator down. This was reported to staff who said it would be fixed. The food in the pub was good but there was a shortage of lower calorie food on the menu
Lovely rooms, but bit noisy!
I booked a room as a cheap place to stay while working in Lincoln, however, I was not aware of the loud music in the function room going on until midnight.
The room was allocated directly above the function room and considering I had to be up early for work was less than ideal.
Given that I missed the small print when making the booking the staff were more than accommodating to re-allocate me a room away from the noise at no extra cost. The rooms were clean and cosy. For the price and courtesy of the staff I can't really complain.
A nice stay in pleasant surroundings.
This is a lovely hotel and we benefitted from a large room that was clean and well-decorated.
The only gripe I have is that the extractor fan was very loud. Having said this, I would definitely stay in this hotel again. The cooked breakfast and Lincolnshire sausage was lovely!
Comfy large room
We found our room was a nice size, the bed was comfy.
Having a bath & shower was ideal, with plenty of hot water.
Modern, but likeable, slightly quirky hotel which looks rather like a converted lighthouse on the A46 outside Lincoln.
Lady on reception was pleasant and helpful. It was just unfortunate, although only Tuesday, there were a group of excitable drunks slamming doors and shouting who had to be removed by the female staff in the early hours. Having said that, I would have no qualms about staying here again.